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.tfL'RUAY, MAY 16, IbOi.
CROrS " WUIUER. 5 uK'bU and mornings coutiuue fur phut growth aud juiutd "he excf'MVo drought coltou autl 'btve rather sickly hue. Vo ' S herd of no material injur? to ' fiand of cotton iu this locality, but reported ia other section. The "ht '3 'ellin scvere'-v we lcliru iu liillregio"3- . i'w thermometer, 81 51 o.ou VeW manager, new sptem sutismc njfMrmt.- Tt , ,. gcott, Greenville's old-time h i wt maiii from another ff)rt to leave tbo South and the ,SU lie ays he is home to stay ,imf sure that the .North is no &03K', ,l.rtr. anvhow. II ' , . .,.,ti,l liv his old customers and t pabUe t "the shop on Walnut fleet. - for Furniture, Chairs and Mattresses, ! ? n, goods gold cheap for cash. oo tne inmui-"' ru&uc School No. 1. i . .. .. ,.t. : ., it. n of a successful session, closing day m Friday, May 2yth- Tlie little liitl 01 llOU"l iW. , v JkU frteUUS nrauui, .'ia .uui, . n t '2 nVlock. Botanical Field Kj it Saturday, May 23rd. jbiuet Photographs $3.00 per Dozen PATOKN'O & COOVERT'S. IUASKS. w. J. S. McNcily' returns erateful kinks to those ladies who so zealously tainted in making the '-Little Jack Horner Pic" euterUiuiueul enjoyable in the children, and to all who aided p the mccess of its object ; which was miter than was hoped. C1HBLEY run. If Charley 1latt, or anyono Wiring his whereabouts will send tildress to this oliice they will con- . f A 1 . iraiavor. -uay r MAKK1KU. la Greeuvillo, May 10th, 1891, by jit G. T. Storey, Mb. Thomas J. hiiiPA to Miss Ida Shokks. At the residence of Geo. (iriiliu, UGruige, (.ia., Miss Mary C. Tiio.Mr- iJUd A. J. iiKA.ELTO.N. Roll's 3 Cabinets are lilio: his 5 luMkrA lillli'h flnnr. "Ynll TlflVS VOIir Uey and takes your choice. Patron fsBell. niay9-lt I. M. C. A. Belldoua sxcrcise at the Hall Sun- HT ifteruoon at 8:30. Topic, 103 mini, 2nd verso, '-Bless the Lord oh it loul and forget not all ills bene- i. leader, t. u. Jonoe. 1 ho Inter- Ming feature of this aervlce is that no tie U to bn present but young men id boy. Young, men leading young m. Let there bo a full and cucotir- Ling usemhliigo. The best work ever done is now urged out at the Steam Laundry. BiyMl Jlrcilt Court-Death of Isaac Bthlcsin- gcr. Court baa boon in session during m week, Judge Williamson stooriug rocecilings steadily toward the end i! the docket. He Is surely and tidily earning good opinions of all tod men. The Grand Jury must And niucsi extra prime, as it still re itlu in tension and will probably ro- J lire several days of next week to loiih up in. Court was sadly Interrupted yester- ij by the death of Isaac Schlessingcr, f the law firm of Noilson & Schles agcr. After an impressivo funeral praony by Rabbi Bogeti, recitative Hhe lesson of death and feelingly 'jlng tribute to tbo virtues of the Ifpirted, tbo remains wore takou to old Louie iu Woodvlllc, Miss. Bell has the best mannirer in Ids Vm Laundry, and tho best phetog hoher in hii gallery to be bad. urouize iiim. may 9-41 BOARD OFmCRVISORg. PRTIAI, MKKTINO, MAY 11, 1891. Preieut all members and officers. ALLOWANCES. 9. Archer, Superintendent of Edu- pMalary to July 1, 1HB1, fc'200 00 no. u Itritnn, Sheriff, Various hc- Nt, 1425.40. the matter of ll.n nmintv Tourt House and Jail bonds. Werert.that laid bonds shall bear In- hrt at the rate of seven per ceutum p smium, anu that Juo. P. Fiuluy tmpioyeu as the agent or this Hoard ft power and authnrttv i "1 Mil the same according to the rM of the act authorizing their wce. and that he bo allowed a rausioD or two and one-lialf per '"of the proceeds realized from the thereof as comncusntlou for ser- If rendered iu that behalf, subject "fpiuvai ami ratilieatioii ly tlio 'Nslure of this State at the next pioB thereof. " i commonly known that Mr. "'r kMalicady pluced the $100,000 "",T bonds, authorized for court "eiudjail purposes. While it is w " the sucocssful bidder under 'P'm advertised failed to come to ""iWd forfeited hh S500. the real '"wle in lettiiis the work has been "'e of the bonds. This being re- '"td a niOinrilir .f miinlnin ff r Brd have agreed with L'outrac- rnei luformalh'. ntinii a tirice (' ll Court House under tbo picvl- u'crtiscment and the accepted f Architect McDonald. The P1"' of tin, prjC9 is .$62,000. This more than the lowest, and de- r.nV Inon ttext lowest who declinea to "se work at the amount agrcod tn(er this agreement, which 1 faip utl good one, the cou ul be formally considered at a :yt of the Board callod for Mon- SOUKTI SOTES. I Mr. lvi,u m, k-. of Vi.k-i.ur is visiting Mr. J. V. IMI. Mrs. (.bus. II. Min, 1Vas iu the titv , 0" luesday lor a few hours. Mi-s Carrin Worthiuijiou retaruvd j ou lat .Saturday trum a s::ort visit to i bolivar count v. ! t'npt. V. VV Stone, of Jackson, has ! bet'ti cireulalinsr ainmi.' hU hn nf j friends iu our city this week. : Mr. C. T. Worthiuton, Leotu's chiet merchant and plauter, sieut sev eral days iu our city this week. -Mrs. VV W. WorthiuL'ton. of I t-a Lee, is viiiius her sister, Mrs. A. W. Wicklille, iu her home ou Lio ulway. Mr. Lien Humphreys a.-td Sunday and Monday wiih hii family, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ver-er, cm Walnut Street. Miss Hattie Shelby Ims gouo to Memphis, where she will uraee thn homo of friends for a visit of several weeks. Messrs. Geo. IS. Alexander muI IS r. Milam sustained the reputation of the j Greeuviilu Guu Club recently held in ! Yicksburg. Mrs. L. C. Urqilliurt aud Mrs. J. B. Fet-gusou, uf Eleua Place, spent Wed nesday iu the city with. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Gritliu. Mr. aud Mrs. Heury Crittenden passed several days during the early part of the week with Cob aud Mrs. M. i'. Johusou at Chatham. Mrs. Mildred H. Humphreys was iu the city a few hours on Sunday last eu route from C'arrolltou to Leota to pass a few weeks in tbo latter eitv. Mrs. Graeia Walton, Mrs. II. W.TI1 ford and pretty little Graeia have gouo to Natchez to pass several weeks there and iu the viciuily visiting relatives. Mesdames John A. aud Frederick Meualfe, of Brighton, were iu the city ou Wednesday and were euteriaiued at hiucheou by Mrs. J. A. Shackelford. The homo of Dr. aud Mrs Kieo ou Central Avenue is a centre of aitrao- ..v,u nun uueiesi wuuo it citujis as guests tho charming sisters, Mies iNcllie aud Lmma Allen. Mr. and -Mrs. Geo. Wbeatley now gracefully aud hospitably preside ovor tuoir llower-girt cottago homo ou uroailway, whore they set up their Lousehould nods last week. Mr. aud Mrs. Georgo Head aud their very bright little daughter, Alice, wero in the city for a day or two this week, greeted by all their iiumerous friends here with welcoming smiles. Mr. Church lllackburu, of Laeouia, Arks, accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Wartield, of Arkansas City, ar rived on Thursday to visit his sister, Mrs. L. 1!. Flouruoy, ou ISroadway. Mrs. Chris. Meade, of Uoscdale, who left lave ou her wedding day several happy weeks ago, returned ou Sunday last aud spent a few days with her pareuts Mr. and Mrs. Jas. iiobertshaw. Misses Louiso and Tummy Webb, the -attractive Keultickiaiis who were visitors .to our citv during tho ivinli.r hayurturued for a brief visit to the Misses Worthiiigtou, and their charm ing society is being greatly enjoyed. Miss Lcttle Divine, who has numer ous admirers In our city, passed through on Saturday last cu route for Hosedalo aud llettoit, promising that on her return a few weeks heneo she will favor Greeuvillo with her charm ing society for a few days, when she will bo tho guest of Mis. D. F. Huut. Mrs. A. II. Carson left ou Mouday for Memphis, where she w ill pass sev ered weeks, guest at the Gavoso, under tho care of a M. D. specialist for throat affections. Mrs. Carson has been a sufferer for several mouths from effects of Iu fcrippe, and her friends fondly hopo she w ill rettiru perfectly healed. Last night, in compliment to our visiting young ladies', the society men gavo a haudsoino hop at tbo Hannoiiy Club Kooins. Tho attendance, iiiumc, toilettes audallaeiirsories to a brilliant eveulng wero all that could be desired, and pleasure uud unrestrained enjoy ment for a few hours reigned supreme. -Mrs. Thomas Mount returned home on Thursday from u visit to Jackson, lla.lehurst mid Vieksburg. While iu lla.lehtirst at a convention of W. C. T. U. she was re-elected to till tho olllcn of President of tho Lnioii, an otlleo ovor which she has most elllcieully aud zealously presided for several years. Miss Blanche Maddox, tho fair Vir ginian who charmed our people dur ing last winter and who has been rus ticating w ith her friends, Mr. and Mrs. George liead, for tho past few weeks In their Lukcsido country homo iu Chicot county, Ark., returned on Tuesday and spent a few days with Mrs. S. W. Ferguson. Mrs. Joshua Skinner, accompanied by her littlo sou aud daughter has gouc to Lithia Springs to pass the summer months. Their leaving was particularly sad as it is tiual, fur in the autumn they will mnko their homo in Memphis. Their numerous friends here part with them with sineerest re gret. Mr, Sklnucr will remim a few weeks longer in tho city iu arranging his buslue-s a Hairs. TboN. U. Times-Democrat has added to its collection of lovely Southern faces and sketches of the fair originals that of another of Greenville's very loveliest and most beauteous maideiis, Miss Mamie Shields. Tho peculiar witchery of charm uud manner, the Hashing glances from most lustrous dark eyes, and tho animation and affability bestowed impartially have rendered her an established favorite. Next week will mark with interest the production In our city ol two plays, rendered by Miss Maudo Atkinson at our Opera House, which wero written lor her by two of our most talented ami accomplished young ladies, Misses Ida and May Ward, to whose cultured intelligence Greeuvillo is glad to do honor. Tho Timiih bespeaks for them the warmth of encouragement which their earnest labors aud elevated aims so justly merit. Mr. aud Mis. John Hell are most fortunate in having an unusually at tractive household, added to the pres ence of their fascinating and queenly sister, Mis Ada Golf, w ho is rapidly captivating numerous manly bemts. Miss Mamie Worrell of Vieksburg,. oue of tho lovliest girls of tho Hill City, and one who has been universal ly admired during former Visits here, arrived several days siuco and is a guest at the samo house. HEAD CO., COTTON FACTORS AND Wholesale (iroccrs. Keliable Goods, FAIR IHiAmU, LOWEST PRICES. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Our Tuuus Men's InrhtUn issoclailon. Thursday ulaht the 7th iust.. was a j must delightful oeca-io:i lor nil of our j ''''" who gathered at the Hall of tho 1 . M. C. A. The people youug and old eatheied there, ladles representing j the different churches in towu, by j their mutual etforts, prepared au elegant repast, supplemented by other rutertaiuiiients, which Wero Very pleasant and enjoyable to those who participated. The encouragement extended to the Association was as it should have been, ludeed wheu the true mcauiug aud mission of this organization are rightly understood aud appreciated, its bauds w ill be held up ia the interpretation of this meaning, in tho fulfilment of this uiissiou by all good men aud women. For all will enjoy aud share the benefits arising from the suectss or the Associ ation or suffer the evils of Its failure. All citizens, with or witlnut religioui creed, are directly interested iu the work it is striving to achieve. In a practical way, succinctly stated, the real aim and object of the Y. M C. A. is the moral improvement of its members through the influences aud lessous the order imparts. Cultivation audelevaliou of the moral being, iu the direction of individual couscieu tious sense of responsibility, respect of self, establish habits of right thinking and right acting ou which aloue is there sure guarautee of worthy and successful lives iu a material Hecce there is to bo included in iiIb destiny and policy of the Y, M. C. A. the tittmjr aud equipping of young men fur the business walks of life, for the physical as well as tho spiritual uses of their l'aeul'ies. This direction of the teachings of the or, lee i- now becoming widely aud generally recog nized by classes which havo not been credited with excessive thought alter the true welfare of mankind Kail road aud other ninneve.t mnmr atioi:s are learuini Hint ninnpv nut - r . J ' " - into this Association for tho uso of their cmn ovees. is well invpsto,! fnrito success meaus better aud mo.o reliable workers iu the toils and walks nf pom. niercial life, a greater guaranloe to all of unvarying ami abmiug prosperity. The order alms to iueuleatn as a ruin of life tcmperauce, Integrity aud fidelity to trust, as well as reverence aud obedi ence to tho mandates of tho groat and merciful Father of us all. Without Intolerance it yet draws tho lino be- tweeu virtue and vice, order and dis order, good citizenship and profligacy. Such mo the aims and aspirations of tho V. M. C. A. To be favored aud valued these need only lo bn fulrlvniwl truly considered and understood. Thev present no antagonisms to any one w ho seeks his enjoyment, interest or advauconiout iu lawful ways and Vocations. Thnv urn rritniiimiitiitiln tn tho sight of all who havo the true good oi sen or community at .heart. False Alar The country at large was horrified by read ing in yesterday's pa rs of the destruction of the great Christain- Mtcrlcin Brewery of Cincinnati. Drummers for other Breweries came with the news to secure engagements for their inferior brew. But now comes the news that only the Winter Brewing Machine House was burned. Corroborative of this Secretary Pohl re ceives the following: Cincinnati, O., May 14. Thko. Pohl. Fire to night will not interrupt our business. The Cincinnati Brewing Co. ev; Spring -VIVI IIS. I have now in slock a verv large line of CLOTHING GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. Dunlaps StetsonHats, LATEST STYLES. Also a large line of Straw Hats. Prices to Suit Everybody. III' Hell, Boys RemomU'i', fii'sU'l.is.H from the liest manufacturer-!. SOL. BRILL, Mrl The Clothier. The Uivrr. The following is the record from ihe Government Uiver Gauge for the pa.-t v eek : Above low water mark lit'JU. May 10, 8 a. m. S0.1.", It, " 3tt.'J5 12, " 3S.65 " 13, 3-S.3.1 " 11, ' 3.U0 1", 37.50 " lti, " 37.05 31.U0 :i:j.t 32.K5 81.75 3U. -'7.30 28.00 May 13, , iv.tu. l.-ni. R. f l atro 21.0 lij.7 o ) 5 Chattanooga.. i iU 4.2 .1 .Q v tmnnnati , :t2.'., s.'j .0 .1 Helena 3:j.; 21.4 .0 j.i i-tttie Koek...l U.t; . y.o .0 s Memphis 2:!.:t U.!) .0 .1; --.asinine 17.U 3.9 i!( 0 rittsourg : 00.0 5.2 .0 ft- l-ouis 13.1 10.5 .0 .3 Viekbiug.... out) 4U .0 .'J C0TT0.T SEED 11 ILLS FOB STOCK. The letter of Jlr. W. C. Welbom upon tbeeeouomy of feeding hulU to stoek is attracting Ulo tpread atten tion. The following is from the Mem phis Commercial : Jo YV. Allison, although engaged in the cotton oil Industry tnlei a Iiim interest iu all plans that promise amelioration ot the condition of the farming classes. He has at the same iiiiih m suarp eye to business aud be lieves that iu cotton 6eed products the South possesses a mine of wealth which uronerlv ntiiie.l nil! r.t im poverish tho soil aud will enrich the farmer. Calliusr attention to a letter in re cent issue of the Greenville (Miss) i.urs uy y. . wetDorn, tie said to a reporter for tho Commercial : ''This letter. I think, tmiel.ei mat ter of vital interest to cvory one of jour larmer readers, and deserves re publication in the Commercial and In every paper In the South. With hay at $'-'5 pet ton, oats at 75 cent and urn at DO cents, how tn feci Iki tn raise 8-eeut cotton Is a problem that every cotton producer iu tho South is Just now trying to solve. If Jlr. Wcl boru has found a nav to re.ln.'o ilm feeding cost of nudes to one-fourth of mo amount now required, ho deserves the thanks of bis brother farmers all over tho country. All the more grat ifying it is, too, that he poiuts the way through tho home eoMsmimtinn nf home-grown product. IIo takes oue more step in the direction of perfect illdelCUdcUce and absobltn anlt'.mnin. teuauce for tho South. 'Mr. Welhorn in nil mllllMltml airri. culturist, a graduate of the Mississippi Agricultural College at Starkville,nud a 00d sneellllell of what thenl nntdn institutions are doing for our farming classes. And wheu our agricultural people learn to look to such sources aud such men for advice aud guidance, aud Hot to Seek relief frum Alliimeo politiclaus and Sub-Treasury schemers, may we nopo to soo our South take tho plnce which is hers among tho callous ot the earth." Tho above uotico has drawn forth tho tollowlug irom tho lliintsville Mills: IIuktsvillk, Am., May U, ls'.H. Editor QaKixmu Timm: AVe notice In the Memphis Commer cial of the 11th lust., reference to a letter written by Jlr. W. C. Welborn, which was published In a lato issue of your paper, touching the valuo of cot ton seed hulls and meal as a food for mules aud horses. Would you kindly scud us eoveral copies of your issue containing Mr. Welborn s statement. ery truly, Tknnknskk Cotton On, Co.,"! Hu.vrsviM.K JIim. f C. It. Ckawfohi), Ass't. Mg'r. Klvcr Disaster. Cairo, III., Jlav 12. Tho St. Louis & Mississippi Valley Transportation Company's steamer Jly Choice, with threo barges in tow, left hero about 2 o'clock p. in. yesterday for SI. Louis. At 7:10 oclook last ovenlnj when twenty miles abovo bore, near the Saladiu Towhead, a Hue of olio of her boilers collapsed, the cutlro length of It blowing out both ways and scatter ing men and coal iu all directions and tilling tho deck with scalding steam. Tho boat was complctcly'disablcd and drilled two and a half miles, when it was held by dropping tho anchors and getting out a stern Hue. iVsido fro'ii tho collapsed flue, tho boat was not much Injured, but the crew suffered fearfully. Threo men are tn'ssing, nnd aro supposed to have been blown overboard and drownod. They wero a fireman, two coal passers and an ash hauler, all white men ex cepting one Tho negro was a resi dent of Cairo. Threo men were severely injured. Thomas Gorman, tho watchman, had a hip dUlocated nnd was badly scalded aud bruised. Michael Cahill and Ja. McDonald wero badly scalded. All are from St. Louis. Hats ! Hats ! For nil that is nlco and NOISI1 V in the I AT lino, see our stock. A greater variety of ITXK STUAW HATS can not be show u by ntiy boiiso in tho South. In HOYS' uud CHILDUEX'S STUAW HATS wo show styles not to be seen elsewhere. WARXEU & S BAULKS, Vieksburg, Miss. Mississippi Knit; Ills or Pythias. Special to Appeal-Avahiuchc. Meridian, Jliss., May 12. The eigh teenth session of the grand lodge Kuights of 1'ytliMis convened hero Ibis morning, with !i of the til lodges rep resented. A procession was formed at the different cintlo halls and marched lo ibe opera house, where lion. A. J. Hossell delivered tin address of wel come, which vvus K'spouded to by Supremo Representative II, l Lacy, of Okoloua. About 200 were in the piuaile The Grand Chainellor, Win. Cross, delivered tho annual address, which was referred to a committee. There are present the largest repre sentation in tbo history of the order in Mississippi. There aro enrolled this year 3,ii00 knights in this State, against 2,1500 last year. The eity is gaily decorated in honor of the knights and firemen. -AT- GHEEilLEY & HOOD'S '9l--Sp&SlIi-'91 NEW GOODS, LATEST STYLES. Jlen's Shoec, Mou's Hats, . Ladles' Shoes, Children's I lals, Children's Shoes, Neckwear GENTS IT UMSIIIXG GOOHS. March Ss-tf Patronize tho Steam Laundry; it is ownod by home men, aud its money distributed her. may-4t The Markets. New Orleans, May 1". Cotton, Ordinary i .Vs. " Good Ordinary 7 l-i'i " I.oiv .Middling ,. 7 .i-i " Middling s :t-s l'ork (st. I-ouU) f II t'j r nmr pill torn " -,: uais si MISSISSIPPI PKESS ASS0U.1TI0X. Special to Commercial Ilerald.l Yazoo City, Miss., May 13. The Jllssissiiipi Press Association in Its twenty-sixth annua! session met here to-day. There are iu attendance about ono hundred members with others to arrive and mriviug. The address ot welcome ou behalf of the people of this city was delivered by Hon. Jas. A. Barksuale in a handsome and elocjueut manner, oeeiipyiug thirty minutes in delivery. Jlr. Barks Jalo iu cordial terms tendered to the press a sincere welcome to tho hearts and homes of the citizens at Yazoo and his speech commanded close attention aud loud aud frequeut applause. Ou be half of the State press llou. Kdgsr S. H itson, ot the Jackson Jlississipptau, respouded to Jlr. Barksdale'a words of welcome in eloquent terms. Duriug the delivery of this speech Mr. Wilson was frequently interrupted by the hearty applause of the audience and members of the association aud at its conclusion was the recipient ot warm congratulations on all sides. To-day's oration stamps Edgar S. Wil son as eloqueut iu speech as he is stroug and graceful with his pen. Hon. W. G. Decles, mayor of Y'azoo City, presented the keys aud freedom of the city to the association iu a most cordial aud graceful mauuer aud was responded to by Col. Sam D. Harper, of the Uaymoud Gazette, Iu the felici tous mauuer that characterizes all of Col. Harper's public utterances. Tho annual address of President Juo. G. MeGuire, of th Y'azoo Herald, was au able and business-like docu meut and the members of tho associa tion are loud in their praise of their Pro-ideut and his spleudid address. The eveuiug session has bceu occu pied by routiuo busiuess, the only ex ception being a masterly paper read by Hon. Uobt Stowers, ot the Oxford Globe, ou "The Freedom of Discussiou Ly tho Xewspapors." Jlr. Stowers' essay was closely lUtoued to aud highly complimented. Y'azoo City, May 14. Tho proceed ings of the Press Association last ulaht. at Lyceum Hall, wero entertaining in tho highest degree The tout ensem ble, of brilliant light aud floral decor ations, artistic aud beautiful women aud a large cultivated audiouce, was complete, attractive aud pleasing. President JIcGuiro rapped the associa tion to order and opened tho eveuiug eutertaiiimeiit by announcing au ad dress of welcome by Miss Louiso foiirsine, to tho Mississippi editors. Miss Poursiuti is a young lady of markedly beautiful features. Hor every movement is Ihe pootry of mo tion, tier matiucrs those of a cultiva ted, lovely girl aud she acquitted her self with eminent credit, both as to the matter aud mauuer of her speech. This address was responded to by Prof. Woofter, of West Poitit. his speech being ra'her brief but enjoyable ami ablaze with scintillailous ami wit and humor. Poems were read bv Miss Capnlman, of Okolona, and Miss Davis, of Liolton, both Indies commanding closo atten tion aud earning long and loud ap plause. To-day nothing but moun tains of flowers wero heaped at their feet, tho offerings of the gallant gen tlemen In whose honor thoy had sung thoir sweetest melodies. Au essay was read by Cant. Duncan, of tho Walthall Piotieer, ami was a masterpiece of wit and humor. Cant. Uuss, of tbo Canton I'ickot, recited "Tho Sock that Iloby Woro," ami his recitation was a splendid picco of elo cution. That little sock may be darn ed agaiu, but it is to live long iu the South. Tho greatest event of tho evening was the annual oration orcnpt. U. W. Hanks, of tho Meridian Staudard. Although spoken from manuscript tho Captain's delivery was good aud his oration ou the subject of the press was a concise and miiguiticeut pro duction. Ho has been warmly com plimented by bis couferres upon tho mauuer in which ho acquitted himself last evening. O0ITIAKT. It is with sadness aud regret tho Enterprise finds itself compelled to leuder its lust tribute, lu the obituary of the lato Jtidgo G. G. Posey, ouo of New Mexico most brilliant lawyers, nnd one of Silver City' most estimable gentlemen. George Gordon Posey was a sou of the gallant Confederate, General Caruot Posey. Ho was born at Woodvlllc, Mississippi, Fob. ft, 1850, Died Wednesday, April 29, 1891. He was educated for the legal profession, graduating with high honors; became to Silver City about nine years ago, and shortly afterward formed a part nership with Judge T. P. Conway iu the law business. Tho firm of Cumvay & Posey was idciitilied with nearly all of the moro important law suits of Southern Mow .Mexico during tho last nine years . Judge Posey was 'for years national committeeman of tho Democratic party for Now Mexico. His business and social rela'ions with tho people of tho Territory wero such as to mnko him respected and admired by his oppo nents as well as bis clients. His word was uever doubted aud bis iinmn was a synonym for houor or integrity. His political or legal opponents never feared from him au underhand blow ; "saus pcur sans reproehe"ho lived, and without one to malign his unnie ho died, cleemed by all who knew or heard of him. Silver City Kuterprise. Among the renders of the Timks are some by whom the abovo notice will be rend with personal sadness. In a distant Mate Gordon Posey corned and most worthily established a iiiimo which was a latiiiiiiir anil honored word in all Southwest Mississippi a generntiou ago. Ills uncle, Judge Stanhope Posey, for a long term pre sided over tho Circuit Court of that Didrict w ith great ability nnd distinc tion. His father, General Caruot Posey, nu able lawyer, was killed in battle iu Virginia In 18(!3. His aged mother, to whom his death comes as a crowning affliction, lives iu Y'azoo City. STEAM LAUNDRY NOTICE. t have secured tho services of a No. 1 Foreman, a thorough Latindrymau iu all its blanches, and am now turn ing out the beat wo'k rvor dono in tho State. Givo me a trial. All work will bo strictly cash on delivery from now on. MayS-lt C. Or. BELL. NEW ADVEIlTE'lEm (SK WKKK, COMMENCING HONDAYaiAY 18th. Special Eugatreiueut of the Distin guished Kmotional Actress, Maudo Atkinson, And Her Excellent Dramatic Co. U0:3AY. HAY ISth, Tbebeaalii'ul Society olay iu Uire acta, entitlud A GOLDEN MOTH. Written ei)res-;y forUiu A til mon by Si I so Mil M. YVaud, of Gremrille. TUISrAY, HAY 19th, The American Comedy in fear acts, entitled COKlINTNE.TUe Countess, Written tor Miss Atkinson by ilia Iba Wais, of Greenrille CHANGE OF PLAT XIUllTLY. Seats ou Sale at Archer' Book Store. FOR SALECHEAPl One Car Load First-Class Shingles. The Staruno & Smith Co. May lfl-2t. J. D. SUTTM.M. D. 8. WlKCDISTII. M. D PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS Office up stairs at Drug Store of A. 15. r inlay & Co. may 16 219 Main Street, THE DRY GOODS EMPORIUM. A Full Liuo of LADIES' DRY GOODS, Notions, Hose, Ribbons, Etc., Etc. SHOES made exclusively for this trade; aud LADIES' WRAPS Of every description. All goods! New and rresh, which will be iold ot l'ock Bottom l'rlco for iCash. Ladies' Coods Specialty Call aud oxamluo our stock. TORIAN & NELMS 219 MAIN STREET, SHERIFF'S SALE. The Slato of Mississippi, ) Washington County. J In Circuit Court. L.MoyBe, I Exec(l. Adam and Josephine Garry. J tion' Uy virtue of tho above Execution, to mo directed, I shall expose to pub lic sale, nt tbo door of tho Court House iu (ireeuvillc, within tha hours proscribed by law, to the highest bid der, for cash, on the FIRST MONDAY OF JUNE NEST, all the righ', titto aua intercut of tho defendants, Adam and Joscphiuo Garry, In and to tho foliowiug describd property, to-wit: . All of lot 10, block 2, In Sixth Ad dition lo tho Town of Greenville, Washington County, Mississippi. Tho sumo having been levied upon as tho property of the defendants, Adam and Josephine Garrv, aud will bo sold to satisfy plain tilt's claim and all costs. .ISO. i,. GRIFFIN, Sheriff of Washington Couuty. 15y I). L. McLcnu, Deputy Sheriff. Mav tl-ni:i-td C. II. SMITH, TORIAN&NELMS OEO. READ, Troasuror. rrcsidcut. iIPlSLaa.ters Oil I'ATKuNACE'SOLICITEDrUOMlT SETTLEMENTS MADE,;ASD t tfi : : t I Ii J 3 I i. -. .-- i ..a . 1 1 l i n: ..r.. .... "SV... , - .. It,. - ' ; .- - - ' ,' Planters are cordially invited to plan of Management and Operation. J my . -rT 1'I 1 GWATHMEY Gins, Feeders RRfiWN Gins, Feeders and Condensers, Cardwell' Ilydraulie Presses, Thomas Direct Steam Self-Tramping Presses, Thomas Elevators, (Cotton doe not pasa through fan.) Ihon Wind Mills, Geist Mills. Saw Mills, Engines, Boilers, Belting, Tclleys, Shafting and all Gis House Fixtures. ItirAgcnts at all principal poiuts iu Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansaj.-E38 CHAN. M. WILLIAMS, General Agent, GREENVILLE. MIS3, J. S. WALKER, Pres't. W, E. HUNT, Vlce-Pret. t, 'J. LANE, Cashier GEO. WHEATLEY, Assistant Cashier. mm GREENVILLE, MISS. Collections and Correspondence Solicited, AU correspondence answered and remittances made on day received. NEW YORK CORRESPONDENT : ILSTA-TIOTSTAX, PAEK BANK. J. D. Smith, President. A. STARLING & SL1ITD COMPANY, Cotton Factors, WHOLESALE CROCE170 o AND- o General Merchants. JOS. WALL, FOUNDRY and MACHINE SHOP. GREENVILLE, MIS8. Having established a loundry in connection with my Machine Shop, all kind oIron aild Brass Castings on short notice and at reasonable figures for cash. Boiler Fronts, Grate Bars, Stove Castings, House Fronts, and Every thing Pertaining to the Foundry and Machine Shop Business STEAMBOAT ANU PLANTATION WORK A S ECIALTY. Terms Strictly Cash. Kkpaib Woek Peom ptlt DoKl Shop on Central Aveune, near Georgia Pacific Railroad i i h i -5 iintibtfiTi p, !ATTeMeTJ: trllcA.n, ti UNIC SOUARLfLY TOR SAL BY mMMVM "The New Home Sewing Machine Company, St. Louis, Mo." Feb. 14 You will sco ionic flno views of break at Longwood, In Tatorno & Covert's show window. - 11 .; j ... ' , fiS ws in G. B. ALEXANDER, feupt. and Mimngcr. 7 ; 71? ' -f i J - I I ' I lr I " ' !, i i. . ji - '- call and iuspect our Mill Bnildlnf, f and Condensers,: Lynb Starling, Sec and Treaa 1 L.JLU- I am prepared to make STflATEDOS STOLEN. From me in GroonvlIIo on the 10th day of April, iust, a B'isb Bay Mars 5 years old and about 15 1-2 hands high ; both hind feet and ankle white, small white spots on tho back. Last seen in Black Rayon between here and Areola. A reward of $25.00 will be paid for return of said animal to me in Green ville. Oeo. B. Alexander. May2. ' y.T n., f Iitomh. Ton v 3 jl-th.-mftwh- -(. UthoratiiV(l4.inriwl. Wh rn to tht wvrk fte lr iiitt mm ovr sibWD.M ctmr art Mtf Mrnlnir ftatnMt ttltUrUy Altarf, Waahwjrnahrtw r wbII thc'llnM. Hi monojr fcTwnrt. H.llilltt A Co., Uk IM lerilMd, MaIm m Bit, HENRY CRITTENDEN, Secretary Ibvill. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Machinery and Convenient; an l I V.- A V.)